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Sat 20 – Sun 28 March. In March 2010 the Enviroschools network is coordinating a week-long celebration of sustainable and innovative activity for our world. It’s about action in and for our communities. If you

Thursday 25th February from 5.30pm in the Back Room of Filadelfios at the Gardens

GREENDRINKS Dunedin provides an opportunity for people interested in sustainability and the environment to meet in a relaxed setting. It is organised in Dunedin by the Sustainable Dunedin City Society and is part of GreenDrinks International, a social networking movement.

We meet on the last Thursday of each month from 5.30pm at Filadelfios. Each month a different community group hosts a theme. Everyone interested very welcome. Please bring a friend!

THEME THIS MONTH: The Harbour Cone: A Model for Sustainable Land Management?harbourcone1

This month’s theme is kindly hosted by Rhys Millar (representing the Harbour Cone Steering Group) and Lala Frazer from STOP. Rhys will talk briefly about the development options for the property and the processes that have occurred to date. Lala will talk briefly about the values of the Harbour Cone and STOP’s submission on proposed developments. Hope to see you all there. Cheers, Maureen (Sustainable Dunedin City Society).

About the Harbour Cone Project:

For more information check out the DCC website at

About the Harbour Cone Steering Committee:

The Harbour Cone Steering Group comprises Councillors, DCC staff and Otago Peninsula community representatives and was established in February 2008 to consider options for the site, lead communication with interested parties, and gain public support and input into the development of the property. Rhys Millar is on this committee and was also a consultant on the project to Dunedin City Council. He can be contacted at


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